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Kerri Payne watched her teenage daughter go through “a form of hell” after suffering a severe concussion. Now they both help others grappling with similar injuries.
Pam Graves, who participated in mission trips to Uganda, helped a local cook open a culinary school to teach abuse victims a trade to support themselves.
Scott Matthias joins forces with a California-based Good Neighbor to expand her transitional housing program into a second state.
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Carolyn Gable, who struggled in poverty as a young mom, now provides small gestures of compassion—and $100 each—to people facing all kinds of problems.
Amy Lindsay partnered with David Karnes, who served on Capitol Hill in the 1980s, to form an annual soccer tournament to benefit cancer research.
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Alison Wheatley started buying the abandoned animals to soothe her ill daughter. Now they work with children throughout the community.
Listing agents and their clients have a duty to ensure everyone’s safety on the property.
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